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Poster: Dudley Dead Date: Dec 23, 2010 12:37pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Nominations for best Lovelight

Yeah, there is that side to it . Since it could often be the end of a show ( or set ),it has that bit of that celebratory rock n roll/sexual joy that can transcend the personal, and bring everyone together, before sending them off .
In "Good Lovin" , I think, there could be much more interaction with him and the band, when they really messed, it could be unbelievable .
In a side note, because of his macho bravado antics, in these sort of songs , his later songs , like "Operator", and " Two Souls ..." seem more poignant in their humility, to me . Now that I think of it , on some of those "Good Lovin'"s he is not just reaching over his left shoulder', he is kicked out to buy the "Brooklyn Bridge", etc.